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Sexting : gender and teens

Author: Judith Davidson
Publisher: Rotterdam : Sense Publishers, [2014] ©2014
Series: Teaching gender, v. 3.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Provides a close-up look into the intimate and gendered world of teens and those who live with and work with them. The author draws upon interviews with teens, parents and caregivers, and many others who work with teens from teachers and youth workers to principals and police, we learn how the new digital world is still permeated by beliefs and patterns of earlier patriarchal structures. This three state study  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Judith Davidson
ISBN: 9462098506 9789462098503 9789462098497 9462098492
OCLC Number: 897345900
Description: ix, 131 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Gender, youth, and intimacy through the lens of sexting --
People, places, and processes --
Teen girls and the phenomenon of sexting --
Teen boys and the phenomenon of sexting --
Parenting teens in these digital times --
Other adults in young peoples' lives --
Conclusions.
Series Title: Teaching gender, v. 3.
Responsibility: Judith Davidson (University of Massachusetts, USA).

Abstract:

"Provides a close-up look into the intimate and gendered world of teens and those who live with and work with them. The author draws upon interviews with teens, parents and caregivers, and many others who work with teens from teachers and youth workers to principals and police, we learn how the new digital world is still permeated by beliefs and patterns of earlier patriarchal structures. This three state study reveals there are significant gendered differences among teens in their perspectives on sexting, and these differences have implications for how to respond to the issue of teen sexting. Adults, too, demonstrate gendered differences in their views on teen sexting, and these differences have an important impact on the shaping of youth views about gender and sexuality"--Provided by publisher.

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